I don’t know about you, but I like the idea of having a bag that is unique to me and me alone. One way to do this would be to start up my long dormant plan of sewing my own bags.
Or I could go with an easier option: Finally Stopped Dressing for the Boys, a line of femine, one of a kind bags made of old army bags. My favorite is Oragami because I like the combination of grommets, sillk and army fabric. Plus with three inner pockets it sounds downright useful.
Check out all four bags if you are looking for something a little different.
*Miss Sixty Studded pumps
*Cheryl Shops covers leggings
*She Finds investigates Rachel McAdams’ green handbag.
*Camilia Gaucho Pants for $154 or Fiorucci Bali Cuff Flare Jean for $17.49? Guess which one I chose.
*Shoulder Your Responsibility, Man, handbags for men in the New York Times
Don’t miss the Bluefly accessory sale with up to 20% off selected bags. You can score this lovely Lauren Merkin handbag. Love the delicious tweed and pretty pink details.
The Denim sale is also worth checking out if you are as addicted to designer denim as I am.
I’v gotten a couple email requests about white bags so I’m going to try to pull up some suggestions all in one post. I always ruled out white bags for myself as too risky since they could get dirty fast. I tend to bang up my bags, so white seemed to be asking for trouble. But not only is white going to be big this spring, but I’ve also found myself keeping an eye out for winter white this season. So for all seasons, you can’t go wrong with white.
* Lucy Leather Tote from Kooba
Fiorucci White Braided Handle Bag at Target. SImple and sweet, especially the braided detail.
*Kempton small shoulder bag from Banana Republic.
*Coach Hamptons Leather Satchel
*Woven Bucket Bag from Urban Outfitters
*The Montauk Large Hogo from Hayden-Harnett
*Sequined-Strap Bag from Old Navy. Would be fantastic to carry around this spring.
*Dior Flight Leather Shopper seen at Purseuing.
* Mulberry Tassle Phoebe seen at BagCrazy
*Lastly, my favorite of the white bags Shadow play hobo from Anthropologie
Why can’t more bags be designed to be this straight forward and practical? Canvas fabric looks durable and hard wearing, but the metallic details are light and delicate.
What first caught my attention was these big open pockets in the front. Perfect to stash my subway pass, cell phone, lip gloss…all those items I’m usually fumbling around for.
Sadly, it looks like everyone else figured out how great this bag was before me since it is sold out.
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